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Entries in Department of Justice (5)

Tuesday
Apr292014

DOJ's Raman joins Lanny Breuer at Covington & Burling

Image courtesy of Covington & BurlingMythili Raman, the DOJ's former Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division, has joined 800-lawyer Covington & Burling as a partner, the firm said Tuesday.

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Tuesday
Mar252014

Two offshore bankers and a lawyer charged with helping Americans hide assets

A DOJ and IRS sting resulted in the arrests of two Caribbean-based bankers -- an American and a Canadian -- and their Canadian lawyer for conspiracy to launder money and hide the identities and assets of U.S. taxpayers.

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Wednesday
Mar192014

Singaporean pleads guilty in U.S. Navy bribery scandal

A Singapore citizen formerly employed by Glenn Defense Marine Asia (GDMA) pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the United States for his role in a scheme to overbill the U.S. Navy for husbanding services.

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Wednesday
Dec182013

Judge Rakoff asks: Why no prosecutions for top executives?

In the New York Review of Books, Jed S. Rakoff, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of New York, wonders why the high-level executives who brought us to the brink of collapse in the recent financial crisis have escaped prosecution.

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Thursday
Nov212013

DOJ's Raman testifies about crimes involving virtual currencies

The Department of Justice is focused on deterring and prosecuting criminals who use virtual currency to hide money connected to criminal or terrorist acts, said acting assistant attorney general, Mythili Raman on Monday.

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